Oh, it is, it is. You just shut it down for a few days or weeks and production goes down to meet demand!
And if it breaks down, then you just fix it and run more often to catch up!
See? Perfectly flexible.
Oh well, what is done is done. They may have some stuff in mothballs and the KRL machines can make up to 4x5s or if J9 is still there, they can make 11x14s. I didn't see any big cranes near B59, nor did I see a hole in the side of the building so if J9 is gone, it went in pieces or was just mothballed.... J9 was the only KRL machine capable of curtain coating at high speed IIRC.
I thought the new machine only had to run for one 24 hour period a year to meet demand?
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